North Korean Leader Fascinated by Beatles

Written by Al N.

Monday, 16 June 2014

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Kim Jong Un has even changed the name of his street.

Pyongyang, North Korea Rotund North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has been mostly a mystery to western journalists since he took power after the death of his eccentric despotic dad, Kim Jong Il. However new revelations about young Kim will help political analysts explain his motivations.

For instance, Kim Jong Un was recently photographed in a submarine. Closer inspection would have revealed that it was a Yellow Submarine, just as in the Beatles songs.

When Kim Jong Un visited a food factory, he had been listening to the Beatle songs Glass Onion, Mean Mr. Mustard, Honey Pie, and Strawberry Fields.

Earlier in the month Kim Jong Un paid a visit to the North Korean weather bureau and said, "It is necessary to fundamentally improve the work of the Hydro-meteorological Service in order to scientifically clarify meteorological and climatic conditions and provide accurate data for weather forecast and meteorological and climatic information required by various fields of national economy in good time." In other words, he is not happy with the predictions of the weather bureau. But analysts found out that his sudden interest in the weather was at the same time he had discovered the Beatle songs Rain, I'll Follow the Sun, Here Comes the Sun, Good Day Sunshine, and Sun King.

Political analysts have noticed a calming in tensions lately in North Korea as Kim's former girlfriend thought executed turns up alive while Kim has been listening to the Beatle song All You Need is Love.

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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